Each month, ANIMA organises regular experience-sharing webinars in the framework of the EU-funded EBSOMED project.
The webinar that will be held on 22 April will examine how the most affected sectors have impacted the different Mediterranean countries, where the opportunities for the future have developed, and it will try to formulate recommendations for recovery policies. The participants will also see how national and local public authorities have piloted their business support policies during the crisis, and how they envisage them for the post-Covid-19 period.
The objectives of these seminars are to give keys and answers on a topic of interest; to show illustrations; to propose a discussion around an issue submitted by a member of the network; and to give perspectives and leads to go further.
Co-financed by the European Commission, EBSOMED is a 4-year project which was officially launched in June 2018 in Tunis. The project aims at boosting the Mediterranean business ecosystem and promoting inclusive economic growth and job creation, by enhancing the private sector environment and namely the Business Support Organisations in the Southern Neighbourhood countries.